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Failing to beat it leads to beatdown by bystanders

A key to any successful motorbike theft is the ability to make a speedy getaway. For a 45-year-old who tried to nick a moto in Sieam Reap town on Saturday, a getaway of any kind proved beyond his grasp.

Unable to start a moto parked outside a clothes shop, the man felt the wrath of angry vendors and motodops who rushed to administer a beating. After being arrested, the man confessed he had history, having stolen another moto last month. Kampuchea Thmey

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